CHICAGO, Oct 18 U.S. lean hog futures closed
lower on Friday after a roller-coaster session in which prices
jumped on news of massive weekly pork export sales, only to turn
down after the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) said its
figures could include pork sold in previous weeks.
CHICAGO, Oct 17 U.S. lean hog futures closed
lower on Thursday for a second straight session on bearish chart
signals and uncertainty about export demand from China, traders
CHICAGO, Oct 16 U.S. live cattle futures closed
modestly higher on Wednesday, extending a five-week rally tied
to expectations of strong prices this week for cattle in the
cash market, traders said.
CHICAGO, Oct 15 U.S. lean hog futures hit a
two-week high on Tuesday, with the benchmark December contract
rising its daily limit of 3 cents per pound on optimism
about increasing pork demand from China, traders said.
CHICAGO, Oct 14 U.S. live cattle futures rose
more than 1% on Monday, with the benchmark December contract
touching a 2-1/2-month top after cash cattle traded late
last week about $2 per cwt higher than the previous week,
CHICAGO, Oct 11 U.S. lean hog futures rose more
than 1% on Friday, following broad strength in commodities tied
to hopes for a U.S.-China trade deal, along with firm cash
values for hogs and pork, analysts said.
CHICAGO, Oct 9 Chicago Mercantile Exchange lean
hog futures closed higher on Wednesday for a second straight
session on hopes that U.S. trade talks with China, at a time of
surging Chinese pork prices, could bolster U.S. pork exports,
CHICAGO, Oct 7 Chicago Mercantile Exchange hog
futures fell their daily limit on Monday, declining for a fifth
straight session as an aggressive slaughter pace and uncertainty
about this week's U.S. trade talks with China overshadowed
rising pork cut-out values, traders said.
CHICAGO The flow of grains and other commodities through the U.S. Pacific Northwest has stalled because of a broken river lock at the Bonneville Dam on the Columbia River, along the Oregon-Washington border.
CHICAGO, Sept 6 Front-month live cattle futures
on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange fell their daily limit on
Friday, dipping to the lowest level since 2016 as traders
reacted to weak cash cattle prices, brokers said.